Get Help Preparing for Skype and Phone Interviews

Lunch is on us! Student Development Workshop: Skype and Phone Interviews

Thinking about what to do after graduation? Are internships and job interviews starting to get overwhelming? Join us for an hour of phone and skype interview tips to help you with the process! Jan Vandyke from the Career Development Center is leading the workshop, lunch will be provided.

Date: Monday, Feb. 8
Time: 12 to 1 pm
Venue: Asian Culture Center, 807 E. 10th Street

 

Feel free to email us at acc@indiana.edu with any questions!

HSN Bay Area Interview Workshop Info

You are invited to the HSN Bay Area Interview Workshop. Practice your interview skills with professionals currently working in Silicon Valley and learn about opportunities in the region. Feel free to bring resumes and/or portfolios with you. The event details are as followed:

Date: Tuesday, February 23rd

Time: 7-9pm

Location: Career Development Center (625 N. Jordan Ave.)

Professionals participating in the event include:

John Schmidt-Clustrix

Aileen Ottenweller-SolarCity

Valeria Fonseca-Google

Anne Mamaghani-eBay

Chris Myles-eBay

If you would like to attend, please RSVP HERE.

Don’t hesitate to contact Laura Fonseca (lfonseca@indiana.edu) with any questions.

Mindfulness Workshop with Senior Manager of User Experience Design Research at eBay

You are invited to attend the upcoming Mindfulness for Student and Professional Success workshop with IU Alum and Senior Manager of User Experience Design Research at eBay, Anne Mamaghani. Anne will gently expose participants to the practice and teach hands-on tricks for personal, academic and professional lives. The event details are as followed:

 Date: Friday, February 19th

Time: 10:00-11:30am

Location:  Persimmon Room (IMU)

 If you would like to attend RSVP HERE. Due to the nature of this workshop, spaces will be limited to 45 participants.

 Don’t hesitate to Laura Fonseca (lfonseca@indiana.edu) with any questions.

Careers in Criminal Justice Networking Event

Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016

5:00pm – 7:00pm

Indiana Memorial Union – Solarium

Are you interested in using your skills to fight crime, promote social justice, protect national security, or make your community safer? Come learn about career opportunities at local, state, and federal levels and how you can begin your career with your criminal justice degree. Panelists from a wide variety of organizations will be here to answer your questions and help you learn about next steps to jumpstart your career.

Panelists include:

  • Sgt. Ryan Miller, Indiana State Police
  • Annie Rowland, New Hope Family Shelter
  • Marci Wease, Forensic Scientist, Indiana Crime Lab (Indiana State Police Laboratory Division)
  • Sgt. Nick Luce, Training Coordinator, IUPD
  • Attorney Elizabeth “Líz” Ferrufino, Director of Student Affairs and Sociology PhD Student, IU Maurer School of Law
  • Neil Smith, Unit Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington – Lincoln St. Unit
  • Jessie Swanson, M.S., Associate Instructor, Department of Criminal Justice and current PhD student
  • Robert Bingham, Marion County Probation Office

RSVP here

2016 Student Essay Contest and Global Youth Forum Share your ideas and be heard… perhaps even in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations!

https://www.els.edu/en/ManyLanguagesOneWorld

 The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), in collaboration with ELS Educational Services, Inc., (ELS) invites students 18 years and older who are enrolled in a full-time course of study at a college or university, to participate in the Many Languages, One World Essay Contest.

ESSAY TOPIC: Global citizenship, cultural understanding and the role that multilingual ability can play in fostering these.

60 Students will be selected as delegates to the 2016 United Nations Academic Impact Global Youth Forum, 25-31 July, 2016, where they will create action plans related to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The students will present these action plans at United Nations Headquarters in New York City.  Airfare, Room and Meals will be provided by ELS Educational Services, Inc.

To Participate:  Write an original essay (2,000 words or less) discussing global citizenship and cultural understanding and the role that multilingual ability can play in fostering these. The essay should reflect your personal, academic, cultural and national context. Essays must be written in an official language of the United Nations that is not your first language or primary language of instruction during your primary or secondary education. The official United Nations languages are Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. You will need to demonstrate both written and verbal competency in the language of the essay. You must be a full-time university student, recommended and endorsed by a Faculty Member or University Representative, and must be 18 years of age or older by the contest deadline.

Essay Submission Deadline: Thursday, 31 March, 2016 at 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)